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Injury Hit-and-Run Reported Near Clover Manor Way

An injury hit-and-run occurred in Sacramento on November 29 between two vehicles on Dewey Drive. The crash occurred between Clover Manor Way and Sampson Boulevard around 12:24 p.m. The accident involved a Toyota Avalon and a Hyundai Elantra. 

Two-Vehicle Highway Crash Occurs Near Fruitridge Road On-Ramp

A two-vehicle highway crash in Sacramento recently resulted in minor injuries. The crash occurred around 8:24 a.m. along northbound State Route 99 just north of the eastbound Fruitridge Road on-ramp, according to the California Highway Patrol (CHP) accident report. A Jeep and Chevy SUV were involved in the crash, which blocked the number two lane. 

Injury Accident Occurs at Florin Boulevard Intersection

A two-vehicle injury accident involving a hit-and-run occurred in Sacramento on January 8. The accident was reported by the California Highway Patrol (CHP) around 4:05 p.m. at the intersection of Florin and Stockton boulevards between two sedans. When they arrived at the scene, they discovered a green sedan blocking the intersection. 

How to Check for Issues When Buying a Used Car

Buying a used vehicle has its advantages. They cost less, depreciate slower, and insurance rates are much lower. However, with millions of car collisions every year and more frequent storms, consumers are more likely to buy a car that has been damaged.

New IIHS Side-Impact Crash Test Fails Most Midsize Vehicles

If you drive a midsize vehicle, you may want to pay close attention to the new findings from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS). The organization recently updated its side-impact crash test to reflect current accidents involving high-speed SUVs and pickup trucks. The original crash test, done in 2003, used a barrier weight of 3,300 pounds and an impact speed of 31 miles per hour.

Elsie Avenue Accident Involves Hit-and-Run Driver

A hit-and-run with injuries was reported in Sacramento on March 31 as the result of a three-vehicle collision. The accident occurred along westbound Elsie Avenue at Mack Road around 6:15 p.m., as reported by the California Highway Patrol (CHP). Vehicles mentioned as involved included a Nissan pickup, an SUV, and a sedan. 

Walnut Avenue Intersection Two-Vehicle Crash Causes Injury

A two-vehicle crash in Carmichael on March 31 left one person injured. The California Highway Patrol (CHP) reported the accident as happening around 1:00 p.m. in the left turn lane of the intersection of Walnut and El Camino avenues between a Lexus and another sedan. The accident blocked the left turn lane. When Sac Fire first responders arrived, one person was determined to have a minor injury. The two-vehicle crash is under investigation by the CHP to find out how it happened and to determine fault.

Accident on State Route 51 Involves RV and Three Other Vehicles

A multiple-vehicle accident involving an RV and three cars happened in Sacramento on April 14 that caused an injury to one person. The collision occurred around 8:32 in the morning along northbound State Route 51 just south of the E Street entrance ramp, according to the California Highway Patrol (CHP) traffic report. It involved a motorist in a 40-foot RV, a Ford Fusion, Audi, and one other vehicle. 

Vehicle Ejection Accident Kills Two People on State Route 51

On Christmas Day, a rollover accident caused the ejection of two people from the Dodge Durango they were riding in, and both died. The police report by the California Highway Patrol (CHP) stated that the incident occurred at about 6:39 in the morning on southbound SR 51, close to the overcrossing for Fulton Avenue. This is when the vehicle went out of control for unknown reasons, passed over onto the road’s shoulder and overturned. 

Preparing for the Season of SAD

The days are getting shorter, and the sunshine is not as bright.  Fall is here, and winter is quickly approaching – for SAD sufferers, it is time to ready our arsenals to combat the bleakness of the dark seasons.  SAD stands for “Seasonal Affective Disorder,” and it describes a depression or malaise that descends during the colder, darker months.  It is estimated that approximately 10 to 20 percent of the U.S. population experiences symptoms of SAD.  Women account for around 75% of sufferers.  Psychologists surmise that the phenomenon is caused by the change in sunlight and is especially pronounced in parts of the country that get the least sunlight during winter.

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